Overview:
The predicted tremendous growth of mobile data
traffic demands suitable solutions for coping with the high amount of data. In
addition to optimizing the mobile network itself, solutions to include other
access technologies such as Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11 are considered. This webinar
provides an overview of the Wi-Fi traffic offload in LTE as standardized by
3GPP. The enhancements for Wi-Fi standardized by IEEE and the Wi-Fi Alliance are
also explained. This includes access methods in the joint network, security, IP
mobility, as well as network discovery and selection. Furthermore, the webinar
takes a look at the test methods concerning the functionality itself and also
the coexistence issues of devices containing multiple radio technologies.

Attendees will learn:

  • Principal functionality of Wi-Fi offloading
  • Required extensions for user devices and networks
  • Secure access to Wi-Fi networks

Prerequisites:

  • Basic understanding of LTE/EPC and Wi-Fi IEEE 802.11
  • Basic knowledge of network protocols

Who should
attend:

  • Engineering and lab managers
  • Product managers
  • Software and protocol development engineers
  • Network and systems engineers
  • Test engineers
  • Application and support engineers

Presenters:

Juergen
Schlienz, Technology Manager, Test and Measurement Division, Rohde &
Schwarz, Munich

Dr. Juergen Schlienz received his master’s degree
and PhD in physics from the University of Stuttgart, Germany. After one year at
the University of Plymouth (UK) as a scientific employee, he joined Rohde &
Schwarz in Munich in 1998 as a development engineer. In this position he
developed the physical layer for test and measurement devices in wireless
communications. Since 2007 he has been working in the strategic marketing group
as a technology manager. His main responsibility now is to work as a 3GPP RAN2
delegate.

Adrian
Schumacher, Development Engineer, Test and Measurement Division, Rohde &
Schwarz, Munich

Adrian Schumacher received his M.Sc. degree in
electrical engineering from the Royal Institute of Technology (KTH), Stockholm,
in 2006. He has been with Rohde & Schwarz in Munich since then, including an
extended assignment in the USA. Adrian worked on the LTE physical layer for over
five years before joining the International R&D Mobile Radio Testers
department. As a system architect he is focusing on the physical layer for IEEE
802.11 standards. Adrian is an IEEE member and a Wi-Fi Alliance delegate from
Rohde & Schwarz. He holds several patents in the area of wireless
communications.